Okaukuejo Camp
Southern Etosha National Park, Namibia

Okaukuejo Camp, just 17 km from the southern entrance, the Anderson Gate, is well known for having one of the best floodlit waterholes inside Etosha National Park.

  • Okaukuejo Waterhole is illuminated at night so you can catch nocturnal animals having a "nightcap" 
  • Witness a variety of wildlife like black rhino, elephant, and lion all congregating for a drink
  • Superb self-drive or guided day and night game drives in Etosha National Park
  • Wi-Fi is available in the pool, bar and restaurant area
  • Okaukuejo Camp has a convenient shop and filling station

Your Okaukuejo Camp Experience

Okaukuejo Camp accommodation in Etosha National Park is perfect for guests looking for standard accommodation where the focus is on exceptional wildlife sightings

The spacious and comfortable Waterhole Chalets at Okaukuejo Camp are set with a vantage point overlooking the floodlit waterhole. You never know who will be coming to the waterhole every time you open your door! 

Wake up early in the morning and be greeted by a herd of elephants frolicking in the water or catch a glimpse of lions, hyenas and other nocturnal creatures just before you head off to bed. From your Okaukuejo Camp accommodation in Etosha National Park you can watch wildlife congregate at the waterhole from dawn to dusk!

At Okaukuejo Camp you will find value-for-money accommodation and a convenient base to explore Etosha National Park. The restaurant offers a buffet breakfast and a simple supper menu.

Okaukuejo Camp has one of the best floodlit waterholes inside Etosha National Park. It's well known for being a great place to observe animals. The waterhole is surrounded by wildlife and offers excellent photographic opportunities, so you can take some really memorable pictures of the animals that visit this watering hole.

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